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an iron dome program to stop those missiles. that is how i have used my travels. when i travel to israel and when i travel to the region. the central question at this point is going to be, who is going to be credible to all parties involved. they can look at my track record, whether it is iran sanctions, dealing with counterterrorism, supporting democracy, supporting women's writes, supporting religious minorities, they can save the president of the united states has stood on the right side of history. that kind of credibility is precisely why we have been able to show leadership on a wide range of issues. >> you can watch the entire final debate on foreign policy between president obama and mitt romney today at 12:10 eastern here on c-span. >> this is the downsizing of the charts. you are watching it live. one of 10,000 homes they are trying to get done in the next four years. these are houses that are never coming back. >> one-family every 20 minutes moving out. >> moving out of detroit. >> these houses are disappearing from the landscape. >> just recently, 164 firefighters were laid o
in cuba. tried to drawn he tro from the crisis is to avert crises going forward, both the u.s. and soviet union needed to be clearer about what he called the precarious rules of the status quo. when the competition between the u.s. and the soviet union so that neither would surprise the other with a reckless venture within the others' zone of core interests. >> you have to leave it there. perfect conclusion. thank you so much. we are out of time. thank you for joining us. he's the director of the harvard university for science and human affairs. thank you. >> thank you for having me appeared that website is cu banmisslecrisis.org. also tomorrow, bob deans talks about the federal issue. thank you. we will see tomorrow. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> c. the second presidential debate tuesday live on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org next. come "newsmakers" would jim jordon. then the debate between vice president joe biden and paul ryan. after that we will show you the 2000 a presidential town hall debate
of consequence. >> and one of the other questions is then who told the u.s. ambassador to the u.n., susan rice, when she went on the five shows, as far as the video tape, that was at least at that point believed to be the reason for this spontaneous demonstration, who do you think told her and press secretary jay carney and others to basically talk about it as the video tape being responsible for the demonstrations? >> you know, i don't know and that's really what's made it worse for the administration, is that because this went on for about two weeks, now i think they sort of have been campaign fokabitzingover something that t necessary my important, whether it was terrorism or not terrorism, but it is pretty clear for two weeks, they were saying it was primarily balls of this movie, whether it was terrorism or not. they spent money apologizing to the people of pakistan as if somehow the american government oral the american people had something to do with this crazy movie. i think all of that was bad policy, bad form and it's why this policy goes on and on, but still i get back to the primar
joining us from dayton, ohio. here in washington, nicole >> at the first presidential debate, mitt romney went hard and substance. last night at the vice-presidential debate we saw paul ryan take a position on abortion that is more moderate than the one he had prior to becoming the vp pick. are you worried that this is the sign that the real mitt romney is moderate? what would you do if he embraced a simpson-bowles type plan? >> i do not necessarily think they moved from standard conservative positions. both governor romney and congressman ryan talked about the need to not raise taxes. they talked about the need to keep our defenses strong. they both talked about reducing spending. we're heading for a debt crisis. they both talked about the pro-life, recognizing the sanctity of human life and the family institution. on the four key principles that define the republican party, the defense, lower taxes, traditional values, and these guys are rock solid. americans understand this is what makes our country great. that is what the party of ronald reagan is all about. i do not think there devia
>> host: stephen flanagan, kissinger at csis, thanks so much for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> host: that is all for washington journal today. thank you for joining us. tomorrow, washington journal takes to you the battleground state of ohio. for that we take you live to the campus of ohio state university in columbus. our guests include jim from the eye oi news network and daniel tokaji from osu. we'll also talk to representative jay hottinger, ohio state representative and rep representative robert hagan ann wrap things up with the college republicans and democrats. visiting their opinions for campaign 2012. that is all tomorrow starting at 7:00 eastern time here on c-span washington journal. have a good day. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] see the only vice presidential debate this thursday night live on c-span, c-span radio and c-span. org. watch and engage. next, news makers with new york congressman steve israel then live at 11:00 a.m., the debate in the connecticut u.s. senate race.
to that position, it is very likely they would then be taking us over the cliff. the keys to the car are now in their hands on this particular issue. >> you might be able to put off the spending cuts and then fight about the taxes? >> i am not sure yet. i think there's broad agreement that the across-the-board sequester cuts are bad for the country. democrats to not like the cut to the fence and non-defense. we are together on the fact that would be bad for the country, but for the economy. i hope we could proceed on that track. we would love to be able to address the tax issue. but again, you have 98% of the house republicans signed the grover norquist pledged that does not one additional penny of revenue from wealthy people for the purpose of reducing the deficit. we believe you ought to take a balanced approach. the approach bipartisan groups have recommended. that would be the question. in the lame-duck session, will you have enough republicans going to ask the very wealthiest to contribute more to paying down the debt? >> congressman, we are in a similar situation as we were in 2010 as
. but i have heard some more optimistic statements from you. can you tell us what percentage chance you think your party has of taking the 25 seats you need in order to reclaim the chamber? >> i can tell you that we have the ball on the republican 20 yard line optimism does not win an election. we started off on our own 20 yard line two years ago. we have driven the ball to the republicans 20 yard line current we are in their red zone. we need 25 seats. we have about 73 districts in play right now. we have 53 red-to-blue candidates. their 56 districts in the country that have a republican incumbent who voted for, or john kerry in 2004. so we have a good playing field. as of today, we have 30 two democratic challengers who are either high or head in the polls. we have the ball on the republican 20-yard line. yet to kick a field goal. this will be a field goal. in a good football fan knows that, when you have the ball on your opponent's 20-yard line, your ability to score largely depends on the wind. if we continue to have the win on our backs as we do now, i think we score. if we have th
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